For the most part, the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram brands have differentiated and specialized themselves from one another. Chrysler handles luxury cars and minivans, Dodge handles performance vehicles and muscle cars, Jeep handles SUVs for both city driving and all-terrain trips, and Ram handles midsize to heavy-duty trucks.
While we’re still waiting for news on the standard 2020 Ram 1500 model, which will in all likelihood be a carryover after its major redesign for its 2019 model year, Ram has recently let some more news drop on the 2020 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel truck with its all-new 3L V6 EcoDiesel engine.
Which ride is for you? Do you want the luxury of the Chrysler 300 or the American muscle of the Dodge Charger? It’s the 2019 Chrysler 300 vs the 2019 Dodge Charger!
Buy a Dodge Challenger, Charger, or Durango to Get $10 Off Per Horsepower
Dodge is a brand now primarily associated with American muscle cars, and they have decided to embrace that image. The Challenger and Charger models continue to have record sales and the Durango, also available with as an SRT (street racing technology) model, is having its best sales since 2005.